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Stop Smoking

Discover the Effortless Way to Quit Smoking – Say Goodbye to Cravings, Withdrawal Symptoms, and Weight Gain!

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Quit Smoking Hypnosis

We all know the statistics. 

Everywhere we look we can find research and evidence that tells us smoking and cigarettes are bad for our health.  Doctors tell us that we should stop smoking.  Some studies suggest that as many as two in three smokers would like to quit. Yet, it sometimes feels impossible.  For many people willpower alone is not enough to quit.

Many people want to  stop smoking, but success is somewhat hit or miss.  Where one person  quits “cold turkey,” another constantly starts over when their progress falters or fails.  When we struggle to reach our goals we become frustrated and potentially anxious.

Why is this?

What makes it so hard to stop smoking?

The Problem

First, let’s take a look at the problem and the bigger picture.

Those who smoke are far more likely to succumb to diseases including infertility, gum disease, heart disease, and cancer.  Among cancers, smoking has been associated with cancer of the lungs, mouth, throat, nose, blood, cervix and pancreas.  Those are a lot of potentially costly health problems that could cause you to consider to stop smoking.

However, the problem doesn’t end there.

Smoke doesn’t just affect the smoker. Others are affected as well. I have met so many parents/grandparents who avoid smoking around the children in their lives. While they want to quit, they cannot seem to kick the habit. While difficult to quit, there are many people out there who want to quit not just for themselves, but for those they care about.

A Few Of The Culprits

  • Nicotine can cause withdrawal symptoms and stimulates the brain to addiction. In addition, nicotine can cause smokers to struggle with intense cravings, anxiety, irritability and headaches.
  • Tar, the residue deposited in the lungs, can end up in the bloodstream and is carcinogenic.  Tar acts as an irritant to the body and often worsens the symptoms of Asthma and other similar breathing problems.  Finally, tar, in even small deposits has as many as 4000 chemicals and poisons.  Yuck.
  • Carbon Monoxide is a gas byproduct of cigarettes.  In the body, it prevents oxygen from traveling effectively through the bloodstream.  This can cause shortness of breath, low energy levels, and poor circulation.

Don’t take our word for it…

  • According to the World Health Organization (WHO), tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death globally, and is responsible for more than 8 million deaths each year.1
  • In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths each year, or about 1 in every 5 deaths.
  • The CDC also reports that smoking causes about 90% of all lung cancer deaths in men and women.2
  • According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), smoking is also a major cause of other types of cancer, including cancer of the larynx, oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus, bladder, kidney, pancreas, and stomach.3
  • The ACS also estimates that smoking-related diseases cost the US economy more than $300 billion each year, including nearly $170 billion in direct medical care for adults, and more than $156 billion in lost productivity.3
  • According to the WHO, tobacco use is responsible for the deaths of more than 7 million people each year, and this number is expected to rise to more than 8 million deaths per year by 2030.1


  1. World Health Organization (WHO). (2021). Tobacco. Retrieved from https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/tobacco
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (2020). Smoking & Tobacco Use. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/index.htm
  3. American Cancer Society (ACS). (2021). Cancer Facts & Figures 2021. Retrieved from https://www.cancer.org/content/dam/cancer-org/research/cancer-facts-and-statistics/annual-cancer-facts-and-figures/2021/cancer-facts-and-figures-2021.pdf



The Co$ts & Benefits

Here are some estimates of the costs of smoking based on a pack of cigarettes costing $5.56:

Smoking 1 pack a day?

  • 3 months: $1,006.40
  • 6 months: $2,012.80
  • 1 year: $4,025.60
  • 5 years: $20,128.00
  • years: $40,256.00 – That’s a new car!

Smoking 2 packs a day?

  • 3 months: $2,012.80
  • 6 months: $4,025.60
  • 1 year: $8,051.20
  • 5 years: $40,256.00
  • 10 years: $80,512.00 – That’s a nice car!

Smoking 3 packs a day?

  • 3 months: $3,019.20
  • 6 months: $6,038.40
  • 1 year: $12,076.80
  • 5 years: $60,384.00
  • 10 years: $120,768.00 That’s a house! Paid off in 10 years.

Please note that these are just estimates, and the actual costs can vary depending on factors such as location, taxes, and availability of discounts or offers.


  • You smell bad
  • You can’t taste or smell anything
  • You have to keep running off to smoke all the time.
  • There are dirty ashtrays and cigarette butts everywhere
  • or worse there’s some kind of can with a mix of slobber and tobacco juice
  • Nobody wants to kiss you

Let’s take a quick look at the immediate and long-term benefits after you quit smoking.

  • 8 Hours:  Carbon monoxide is out of the blood.
  • 5 Days: Most of the nicotine is out of your body.
  • 1 Week: Sense of smell and taste begins to improve.
  • 1 Month: Skin problems  begin to improve.
  • 3 Months: Lung function begins to improve.
  • 12 Months: Risk of heart disease  up to 50% lower by this point.
  • 1 Year: A pack-a-day smoker can save over $2800.
  • 5-15 Years: Your risk of stroke declines to a similar percentage as that of a nonsmoker.

Other benefits to quitting:

  • More energy.
  • Improved immune system.
  • Longer life expectancy.
  • Better breathing.
  • Less Stress.
  • Younger looking skin.

But Wait There’s More!

  • You’ll be able to run away from zombies faster since you won’t be out of breath (Rule #1: Cardio)
  • Your clothes and hair will smell better, so you’ll have a better chance of getting a hug (or more, wink, wink) from that special someone.
  • You’ll have more money to buy more books, so you can finally read the one you’ve always wanted to, and survive long enough to finish it.
  • You’ll have a better chance of living to see the next season of your favorite show.
  • You’ll be able to taste your food better and enjoy it more, because your taste buds and schnoz won’t be coated in smoke.
  • You’ll be able to save a lot of money and use it to buy a new wardrobe, or a fancy new car!


Meet Ron

Ron was a 2 pack a day smoker for 40+ years. He had worked with other hypnotists in the past and had some success for short periods of time, but nothing really stuck. He went through my process and quit. I caught up with him over zoom and asked him about his experience.

Are you Ready?

Why Choose Us

Increased quit rates

Our stop smoking system has been proven effective over and over. It's refined and reproducible. My quit rates make my peers envious.

Reduced cravings & withdrawal

Hypnosis helps reduce the cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking, making it easier for people to quit.

Weight control

Hypnosis helps people avoid weight gain, which is a common concern among people who quit smoking.

Stress management

Hypnosis can also help people manage stress, which can be a major factor in the relapse of smoking.

Answers to common Questions about Quitting Smoking with Hypnosis

Hypnosis works by inducing a trance-like state in which the person is more open to suggestion. In the case of smoking cessation, a hypnotherapist may provide suggestions to help the person quit smoking and overcome cravings.

Hypnosis is considered safe when performed by a trained and certified professional. As with any medical or therapeutic treatment, it is important to speak with your healthcare provider before starting hypnosis for smoking cessation to ensure it is appropriate for you.

The number of sessions needed can vary depending on the individual and their smoking habits. Most people quit smoking after just one session, while others may need more.

Insurance coverage for hypnosis for smoking cessation can vary depending on the individual’s policy and plan. It is recommended to check with your insurance provider to see if it is covered. For more information check out our Rates & Insurance page

Hypnosis may be able to help individuals quit smoking even if they’ve tried and failed before. It works by addressing the underlying psychological and emotional reasons why a person smokes, which can be different for everyone.

Hypnosis has been shown to be effective in helping people quit smoking. Studies have found that hypnosis can double the success rate of quitting smoking compared to willpower alone.

Hypnosis for smoking cessation may be more effective than other methods, such as nicotine replacement therapy, as it addresses the psychological and emotional reasons why a person smokes. However, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of treatment for you.

Hypnosis for smoking cessation can help reduce or eliminate withdrawal symptoms, such as weight gain, as it can help address the underlying emotional and psychological reasons for smoking. Additionally, during the hypnosis session, the hypnotist can provide suggestions to avoid weight gain and cope with cravings. (And we do)

Client Testimonials

"I never thought I could quit smoking, but after just one session with Harry, I'm a non-smoker! I'm amazed at how easy it was and how great I feel. Harry is truly a master at his craft!"
Alfred Youngblood
Indianapolis, IN
"I've tried to quit smoking multiple times, but it wasn't until I met Harry that I was finally able to kick the habit for good. His hypnosis techniques were incredibly effective and I highly recommend him to anyone looking to quit smoking."
Michael Black
Anderson, IN
"I had my doubts about hypnosis, but Harry completely changed my mind. He helped me quit smoking in just one session and I haven't looked back since. I feel like a new person thanks to him!"
David Meeks
Greenwood, IN
"I was a heavy smoker for over 20 years, but Harry helped me quit with ease. I was amazed at how effortless the process was and how much better I feel now that I'm not smoking. I highly recommend him."
Judy Ritter
Bloomington, IN
"I'm so grateful to Harry for helping me quit smoking. His hypnosis techniques were powerful and effective, and I was able to quit in just one session. I highly recommend him to anyone looking to quit smoking."
Chad Johnson
Muncie, IN
"I was skeptical of hypnosis but Harry proved me wrong. He helped me quit smoking in just one session and I've never felt better. I'm so grateful to him for giving me my life back."
Rebecca Hart
Avon, IN
"I've been smoke-free for months now thanks to Harry. His stuff was incredibly effective and I've never felt better. I highly recommend him to anyone looking to quit smoking."
Denise Lamb
Indianapolis, IN
"I never thought I could quit smoking but Harry proved me wrong.It was so relaxing and effective, and I was able to quit in just one session. I highly recommend him to anyone."
April Myers
Fishers, IN
"For more than 30 years, I was a heavy smoker - averaging about 1 to 1.5 packs per day. Despite multiple attempts to quit, It never worked. But after just one session with Harry, my cravings, desire, and need for cigarettes were gone. As I continued to work with Harry, I grew more and more committed to being a non-smoker, and noticed a significant improvement in my physical well-being. I am incredibly grateful to him for helping me achieve my goal of quitting smoking."
Sylvia Austin
Greenwood, IN